Former WWE superstar Low Ki has taken a shot at Vince McMahon for the way that he used to run the company when he was more in control at WWE's headquarters.
Low Ki, now a TNA wrestler, was once a promising superstar with WWE before McMahon fired him just two days before Christmas three years ago.
It seems that in that time Low Ki has not let his bitter feelings towards WWE subside, with the superstar wrestler opening up this week on McMahon's inability to understand the modern day wrestler.
Getting fired still hurts
"It's still the same management system in placed. My issues were not with the wrestlers. My issues were with management. They fired me before Christmas, so that tells you something. It's still run relatively the same," Low Ki revealed this past week.
"The only difference is you have a different person with a similar mentality in position, which is Triple H. With Triple H, in all fairness to WWE, at least he was a wrestler."
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Brutal take down
McMahon is used to getting his fair share of criticism, but this is particularly brutal. Vince was obviously a wrestler, having won the WWE Heavyweight Championship during his time in the ring, but as Low Ki mentions, WWE's Chairman did not put his body on the line like others, with the TNA star claiming that McMahon doesn't have an empathy for WWE's superstars.
He also went on to claim that Triple H is in charge of WWE's affairs now, with Vince McMahon not having as bigger say as he used to.
"So his perspective on how to manage the company and arrange things may have a little more intimate detail in mind than what Vince [McMahon] would do because Vince was never a wrestler," Low Ki added.
"At least Triple H has the in-ring experience to see things differently. The reason why I say Vince McMahon has never been a wrestler is because he has never put his body through hell to the degree of what his performers do and then advance into management. At least Triple H has that insight into potentially directing the company into a different position."
Changing times in WWE?
Low Ki is now the second TNA star to come out and say that Vince McMahon is not in control of WWE's affairs like he used to be, with Kurt Angle also stating that Triple H is now firmly in charge of the company.
Whether or not this is some controversy TNA is trying to cook up within WWE remains to be seen, but what do you think WWE fans? Do you think McMahon was as bad a leader as Low Ki is saying? And do you think WWE is better off in Triple H's hands.